A silhouette face lift is a judicious, remarkable, and sound way to lift mildly sagging mid-face and neck without involving traditional plastic surgery.
During the initial consultation, the treatment provider will discuss various aspects of the silhouette lift procedure, and inform its estimated costs. Patients can compare the potential costs and benefits of this procedure with alternative treatments and make a well-considered choice.
The first concern of a dedicated provider will be to ensure that the patient makes an informed decision according to their cosmetic goals and personal budget limitations. Silhouette lift is an elective cosmetic procedure, and the costs will not be covered by insurance. Therefore, the monetary amount becomes an important starting point for many patients.
Patients in Richmond, Virginia, and surrounding communities across the landscape have an opportunity to receive Silhouette lift minimally invasive procedure at the Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery (VIPS), which is led by adroit and tremendous board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Burton Sundin and Dr. Reps Sundin.
Comparing Costs with Traditional Facelift
A silhouette face lift will typically prove to be more affordable than a traditional facelift. A full traditional facelift plastic surgery will often require general anesthesia, which involves the fees to be paid to an anesthesiologist or a registered anesthetist nurse who will administer the anesthesia. Silhouette lift, on the other hand, can easily be performed only using local anesthesia.
A surgical venue such as a hospital or an ambulatory surgical center may be used to perform a full traditional facelift surgery. This will add to the costs because of the surgical center’s expenses. But a silhouette face lift procedure can be performed in-office, which avoids the costs of hospitalization.
Pre-op preparation and post-op recovery in case of a traditional facelift surgery will usually involve additional costs in terms of medical tests, prescription drugs, surgical accessories, and post-op visits to the surgeon’s office. A Silhouette Face Lift will mostly avoid all of these costs.
A traditional facelift surgery may involve a downtime of about a week to 10 days, which could have cost implications for some working in